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Helen Diddle Weaver

• Helen Diddle Weaver, age 80, of Keysville, Virginia passed away Sunday, October 18, 2015.  She is survived by a daughter, Susan D. Pyle and husband, Ronnie; a son, Jack…

Joyce Emery Haag

• Joyce Emery Haag, 87, of Keysville, Virginia passed away Tuesday, October 20, 2015 surrounded by family.  She is preceded in death by her husband, George F. Haag.  Joyce is…

Lee Merritt Copeland

Lee Merritt Copeland

• Lee Merritt Copeland entered eternal joy on October 13, 2015. He was born on March 19, 1942, in Norfolk, Virginia, the son of Richard Henry and Madeline Copeland.  He…

Charlotte Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Investigating Keysville B&E

Charlotte Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Investigating Keysville B&E

The Charlotte County Sheriff’s Department is investigating several daylight residential breaking and entering incidents that occurred earlier this week. Although the sheriff’s department released few details of the crimes as…

Group Effort by Local Authorities Makes Quick Work of China Wok Thief

Group Effort by Local Authorities Makes Quick Work of China Wok Thief

VICTORIA – A call to Victoria Police Department officers on Saturday night at 7:54 p.m. following a theft at China Wok led to the arrest of a Victoria man. Victoria…

Lee Copeland, 1942-2015

“No one will ever know how much good Lee did or how many people he helped,” said many people upon hearing of Lee Copeland’s death. Lee Copeland, formerly of Keysville,…

Driving Under the Influence Causes Crash

DRAKES BRANCH – According to reports from the Virginia State Police, Rodney Spivey of Drakes Branch was involved in a single vehicle crash at approximately 6:10 p.m. on Tuesday, October…

Annual Farmville Fireworks to Continue; May Add Labor Day Display

During last Wednesday’s Farmville Town Council meeting, members voted to continue to hold the town’s annual July 3 fireworks celebrations. The town currently also has a fireworks show in May…

Farmville Sells Former Library Building for $225k

FARMVILLE -During their October council meeting, members of the Farmville Town Council voted to transfer property to the Patrick Henry Boys and Girls Plantation, Inc. for $225,000. In March of…

Farmville Police Investigating Man Claiming to be an “Officer”

The Farmville Police Department is investigating an incident that took place last Friday afternoon in which two females were approached by a man claiming to be an officer. According to…